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BUKIT MERTAJAM (Bernama): The sole survivor in the carbon monoxide poisoning case, in which four friends fell asleep in a car at a petrol station parking lot in Sama Gagah, Butterworth near here last week, has finally regained consciousness.
A good address not only determines how you live when you move in, it also provides a good gauge of how you will be living your life in future. Most realtors would advise that the three most important elements in buying a home are “location, location, location” – and that says a lot.
(Reuters) - While the enormity of tackling climate change can be so overwhelming that some people shut down, presenting people with examples of how they can take action offers hope, says climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe.
CARACAS (Reuters) - The European Union has sent a mission to Venezuela in the run-up to parliamentary election scheduled for December, the EU said on Thursday, as the country prepares for a vote that will likely be boycotted by much of the population.
CAIRO, Sept. 24 (Xinhua) -- Israel, currently under renewed nationwide lockdown to curb the COVID-19 pandemic, decided on Thursday to further tighten the anti-coronavirus measures. Meanwhile, China donated a new batch of medical aid to Syria for fighting the coronavirus.
BEIRUT, Sept. 24 (Xinhua) -- Lebanon's total number of COVID-19 cases on Thursday surged by 1,027 to 32,805, in the highest daily rise in infections since the pandemic outbreak in February.
PARIS (Reuters) - French health authorities said the number of people hospitalised for COVID-19 has gone beyond the 6,000 threshold on Wednesday, a first since July 22 while there are still more than 1,000 patients in intensive care units, levels unseen since the beginning of June.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's defence minister will replace the head of the military intelligence agency (MAD), her ministry said on Thursday, a move indicating she wants to do more to root out right-wing radicals from the armed forces.
NAIROBI, Sept. 24 (Xinhua) -- Some parents in Kenya are applying for loans, others are shopping for new uniforms while a good number are scouting for schools for their children as the east African nation readies to reopen learning institutions next month after the COVID-19 disruption.